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Title: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on May 31, 2012, 10:38:45 pm
Hi Ruth
 
I'm delighted to include a link to the latest
issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic
topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/55 (http://k9m.ag/55)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....
•   A Day In The Life Of A Naughty Dog
•   Interview With Jessica-Jane Clement
•   Choosing A Dog Trainer: What The Experts Say You Should Know
•   K9 Trivia: The Origins Of Dog Names
•   eBook: Diabetes & Your Dog: A Complete Guide
•   K9 Kitchen: Quality Dog Food: Is It Worth The Money?
•   Talking Point: How To Make A Living Taking Photos of Dogs
•   Pet Friendly Britain: Are You Planning A Pet Friendly Holiday?
•   K9 Magazine Reveals...Best of British Dog Products
•   K9 Behaviour: What You Need to Know About Canine Aggression
•   Talking Point: How To Include Your Dog In Your Will

....& Lots, Lots More Inside!
 PS. Don't forget to enter the competitions inside - hundreds of £££ worth of free gifts, books and hampers up for grabs for you and your dog!
 
...read in full
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http://k9m.ag/55 (http://k9m.ag/55)
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Title: Re: K9 Magazine Issue 55
Post by: Petra on June 01, 2012, 10:08:04 pm
thank you for sharing  :P
Title: Re: K9 Magazine Issue 55
Post by: B.ORCHID on June 02, 2012, 02:51:14 am
Sounds v.interesting and something I will definately find useful
Title: Re: K9 Magazine Issue 55
Post by: soosiesu on June 02, 2012, 09:18:56 pm
Pet Friendly Britain: Are You Planning A Pet Friendly Holiday?

This should be interesting....
Title: Re: K9 Magazine Issue 55
Post by: BulliesRBest on June 03, 2012, 09:33:32 pm
I get this link emailed to me and I have to say the articles are usually well written and interesting ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine Issue 55
Post by: cleoricardo on June 06, 2012, 01:46:19 pm
Does anyone know if I can get a hard copy? I prefer to curl up with a cup of tea and a magazine rather than sit at my PC.... :o
Title: Re: K9 Magazine Issue 55
Post by: Petra on June 09, 2012, 09:31:50 pm
I don't think you can - i think it is an e-copy only magazine.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine Issue 55
Post by: cleoricardo on June 16, 2012, 04:52:42 pm
Shame!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on July 02, 2012, 01:48:14 pm
The lastest K9 Magazine,


http://k9m.ag/56 (http://k9m.ag/56)


Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

How Much Should I Feed My Dog: How Much Is Too Much?
Interview With RHONY's Sonja Morgan
K9 Magazine's Guide To Adopting A Dog
K9 Health: Prosthetic Limbs for Dogs - A New Reality
K9 Magazine Reveals...Born In The USA: Best Dog Products
eBook: The 50 Greatest Dog Books Of All Time
K9 Health: How To Give Your Dog A Healthy Smile
Talking Point: 7 Ways To Improve Your Dog Walking Experience
K9 Behaviour: What You Need To Know About Canine Anxiety
Pet Friendly Britain: Tips for Dogs Who Don't Like Car Travel
Talking Point: Coping With The Death Of A Dog

....& Lots, Lots More Inside!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on July 02, 2012, 03:02:34 pm
Ruth the K9 mag .very interesting about the banned breed dogs.They refer to dogs with RED NOSES what do they specifically mean by that........what does it mean about the dog?
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on July 02, 2012, 04:27:35 pm
I will have a little read when i get home...
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on July 02, 2012, 04:46:12 pm
Cant get any further than the urban dogs and booties advert page just keeps going back to that page when you click to turn the page over .........guess ill just have to buy the mag......can anyone else get further than this?
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on July 02, 2012, 09:25:28 pm
The link worked fine for me, after i turned the first page it had to load again (only about a minute or so) and then was OK. Are you on a slow connection perhaps?

All the links to the articles was good, dogs in hot cars, etc etc
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on July 02, 2012, 09:43:28 pm
Use the arrow on the bar at the top to turn the pages - next to the page numbers.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on July 02, 2012, 10:11:30 pm
Good tip BulliesRBest ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on July 03, 2012, 01:28:23 pm
We aim to please! ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on July 03, 2012, 03:16:36 pm
Thankyou Bulliesrbest the arrow on the bar worked a treat!Think im a bit thick sometimes!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Petra on July 04, 2012, 11:13:27 am
LOL Londons ;D

Did you read in this about the dog that fell from the horse box, the owners came back then left it again?

I hope karma comes back and gets them real good for leaving a lovely trusting pet in agony >:( >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on July 04, 2012, 03:23:00 pm
They will definetley get their comeupance ....one way or another.......just wish i could be around to see >:( >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on July 04, 2012, 06:12:08 pm
This was disgusting - I cannot believe peopke are so cruel and heartless. >:( >:(


"Dog Survives Horsebox Motorway Fall – Appeal For Witnesses
 
Added by Jasmine Kleine | Promoted by: petbuzz


A female lurcher dog has survived falling out of the back of a horsebox which was travelling at more than 70 mph on the M56 near Altrincham two days ago.
 
The bitch was narrowly missed by several cars before dragging herself onto the grass verge.
 
A witness who saw the incident pulled over and was horrified to see the driver of the van pulling the horsebox, stopped and came back for the dog with his two children, but abandoned her when she snarled at him and drove off.
 
The witness then called the RSPCA and the Highways Agency.
 
When the RSPCA’s animal welfare officer, Katie Glenn, got the call she was fearful of the
 
state the dog would be in:
 
“In my head, I’m thinking this dog is going to be close to death but by the time I got there she was still fighting.”
 
Katie called in a vet who brought two nurses to assist him and gave the lurcher, who is believed to be between two and three years old, painkillers and a sedative so that they could move her back to his surgery.
 
Miraculously, although she had nasty abrasions and cuts, the only broken bone was her pelvis which was fractured in three places.
 
The RSPCA’s Altrincham branch agreed to pay the £600 cost of her operation and she is now being cared for by them.
 
She is mainly white with grey patches and spots and when the vet turned her over he found evidence that she had been wounded before and stitched up using a veterinary anaesthetic spray.
 
The witness who helped us at the scene did not take the number plate of the van or the horse box but did give us a description – it is a white Mitsubishi 4×4 with a cab and a flatbed at the back and had blue stickers on it and the horse box was blue with a silver top and what looked like French words on it.
 
The incident took place between junctions 7-8 on the eastbound carriageway.
 
Enquiries to the Highways Agency to see if they can check CCTV footage from the motorway to get the registration mark of the vehicle have not been answered yet.
 
The RSPCA are appealing to any other witnesses on the M56 who may have taken note of the registration and anyone who recognises the dog and can tell us who owns it to call this number and say they have information for AWO Glenn in N2: 0300-123-8018"
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on July 04, 2012, 09:15:46 pm
Good grief, poor dog :(

They will get their just desserts - someone should put this up on face book then lets see who knows them. >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on July 04, 2012, 09:22:15 pm
Yes what a good idea.......if its in people to do nasty things like this who knows if theyve done something like this before....or will do it again.There are no repeatable words to describe them..........name and shame them i say! >:( >:( >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on July 05, 2012, 09:22:18 pm
More horrid news........speaking to a customer at work who herself has 7 dogs,rottweiler,2 staffies,2 snouzers and 2 jack russells...........she took her snouzers to where she has them clipped and the lady there also boards dogs she showed her a staffie that someone had bought in that had been chucked out of a car on the m25 had a broken leg ,broken claws from being thrown from the car(lucky to be alive)but the non closer inspection found it had cigarette burns on her little bottom and other various marks and cuts which had been inflicted on her!The lady said she would speak to her husband.They both went back and took her home with them with the view to keep her providing  she got along with her other dogs and they withv her..........she had obviously been hit or beaten with a broom as the lady said when she got it out to sweep she tried to escape out of the door!......................The good news is she and the other dogs all get on fine and she is keeping her !2of her other dogs are also rescue dogs she has an infinity for them! She says shes getting on fine and is really loving and is starting to trust again!The people that did this are dispicable>im so glad all has ended well! I love and admire people who are kind to animals as i would do exactly the same.......Wish there were more like her instead of the other b*******s!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on July 05, 2012, 09:42:49 pm
I don't understand people - why have a beautiful loyal loving dog just to inflict pain on it? why why?? what possible enjoyment could someone get out of that?

I just wish someone would do the same to them, that is my dearest wish. >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on July 06, 2012, 01:50:53 pm
Mine too Ruth. Or leave them in a room with my Rob - he would soon sort them out, they wont be able to harm defenceless animals with broken arms - now would they? :o :o
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on August 01, 2012, 11:41:09 am
Inside this month's edition of K9 Magazine....

Talking Point: Love Your Life With Dogs (even more!)
Interview With Hollyoaks Girls Alex Fletcher & Stephanie Davis
K9 Interactive: Hide & Seek - Your Dog's Idea of REAL Fun!
K9 Science: Can Dogs Catch Flu?
K9 Interactive: How To Get Your Dog On TV
eBook: How To Stop Your Dog Shedding
Talking Point: The Seven Most Influential Dogs Of All Time
In Focus: Canine Hydrotherapy
Pet Friendly Britain: The UK's Most Pet Friendly Destinations

....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

PS. Don't forget to enter the competitions inside a fantastic pet friendly break away in the UK, the latest books to hit the shelves and doggy discounts!

...read in full
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http://k9m.ag/57 (http://k9m.ag/57)
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Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on August 01, 2012, 11:56:27 am
Yes thankyou Ruth .....will have a browse through.......still waiting for the EMAG of BULLTERRIER MONTHLY to go live!Keep your eyes peeled.The chapv is totally redoing the site! ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on August 01, 2012, 12:06:17 pm
Thank you Ruth - will have a read this evening - How to get your dog on TV - interesting one that!!!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Petra on August 01, 2012, 01:24:56 pm
and there is a picture of a bullie on page 6..............
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on August 01, 2012, 04:45:03 pm
So there is - well spotted Petra.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on August 02, 2012, 11:18:28 am
read the bit on Puppy Farms - was very interesting ???
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on August 31, 2012, 09:15:25 pm
The latest issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic
topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/58 (http://k9m.ag/58)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

Talking Point: 10 Activities To Get Fit With Your Dog
Interview With TV Star Holly Madison
K9 Health: Why Is My Dog Losing Energy?
K9 Interactive: When Did Your Dog Last Outsmart You?
K9 Health: Dog Spaying & Neutering - A Surgical Guide
Talking Point: 7 Tips For Puppy Perfection
eBook: Children, Babies & Dogs
K9 Health: 7 Ways To Improve Your Dog's Mental Health
K9 Health: Help! My Dog Is Allergic To Fleas!
Pet Friendly Britain: Juliette Foster Visits Kent
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on September 13, 2012, 08:16:35 pm
It seems it really is a dog’s life, as a new study from Churchill Pet Insurance shows that over half of dog owners (57 per cent) let their pet sleep with them, either on or in their bed, at night.
 
If that wasn’t proof enough of Britain being a nation of dog lovers, nearly half of those people (48 per cent) say that their own sleep is interrupted as a result of their dog sleeping with them. Given that approximately 6.5 million UK households own at least one dog, it is safe to say that many of us are not getting enough sleep each night.
 


Peter Bishenden, pet insurance expert at Churchill, comments, “This study shows that dog owners really do go the extra mile when it comes to their pet, putting their own comfort second to that of their dog.”
 
The most popular reason given by dog owners for letting their dog sleep with them is the feeling of companionship (68 per cent), while 22 per cent cite the feeling of security that a dog brings at night.
 
Just over a third (34 per cent) of dog owners also admitted to taking their dog into account when buying a new bed.
 
K9 Magazine editor Ryan O’Meara comments, “It’s no surprise to me that Britain’s dog owners are taking their dogs needs into account when buying a new bed. Having seen first hand just how much dogs like to wriggle, stretch and take up as much space as they think they can get away with, factoring them in to a bed purchasing decision seems like a sensible plan.”

Did anyone read this article? Ha ha I am surprised it is onky 57%. Polly would not let us go to bed without he and we bought the biggest bed we could so that there would be room for Polly but she still manages to steal all my space. 8) 8) 8)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on September 14, 2012, 09:36:09 pm
Only 48% admit to their sleep being disturbed by their ogs on their bed - obviously they have nver slept with a bullie 8) 8)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on September 15, 2012, 07:40:11 am
We have never had a dog sleep in our bed..........well....not yet anyway....the sofa seems to be Toddys Domain....BOTH of them! He wont come upstairs.....cos he knows the showers up there!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on September 15, 2012, 07:17:56 pm
Marley started on the sofa but has slowly crept upstairs... wouldn't be without him now.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on September 15, 2012, 08:38:38 pm
Lucy has always and still likes to sleep on my bed and even though she moans and groans up the steps and some nights i have to 'wheel barrow' her up, she still waits patiently at the bottom of stairs to go to bed. :-* :-*
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on October 03, 2012, 10:01:28 pm
http://k9m.ag/59 (http://k9m.ag/59)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ K9 Behaviour: Adopting A Dog: De-Bunking The Behaviour Myths
+ ReWIND: Interview With Layla Kayleigh
+ Talking Point: 17 Must Do Experiences For Your Dog Real Life: A Day In
+ The Life - Dog Agility
+ K9 Health: 8 Ways To Get The Best From Your Vet Talking Point: 12 Dog
+ Myths BUSTED!
+ eBook: Total Pet Health
+ K9 Health: Joint Aid For Dogs: What Are They & Do Supplements
Work?
+ Pet Friendly Travel: My Dog Friendly Holiday With a Difference

    ....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

 PS. Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to win some fantastic essentials for every dog owner, dog books and doggy discounts!
 
...read in full
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http://k9m.ag/59 (http://k9m.ag/59)
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Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on October 04, 2012, 12:15:01 pm
K9 magazine......those idiot people who went on holiday and left their dog in squalor.....with no water and only dog biscuits to eat and an old jumper to lay on....all they got was a 3 year ban on having a dog.......poor show....the LAW really must change.....yes they are prosecuted....but i hardly call that a sentence.....the only good thing to come out of it is that at least someone who really cares about animals and their needs will now have this poor dog.....the punishment NEVER fits the crime! >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on October 04, 2012, 09:07:10 pm
Can you imagine a week, they left the poor thing for a week in the house on its own, beggars belief. Some people >:( >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on October 05, 2012, 05:24:09 am
 >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on November 05, 2012, 08:14:59 pm
Hu Ruth

I'm delighted to include a link to the latest
issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic
topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/60 (http://k9m.ag/60)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: How Clever Is Your Dog?
+ Lifestyle: Interview With Katie Cleary
+ Talking Point: 8 Ways To Make Your Dog’s Day
+ Best Dog Products for Autumn: Knitwear & Coats
+ K9 Behaviour: 8 Ways To Deal With A Pushy Dog
+ K9 Health: Canine Arthritis - Don't Let It Put A Stop To Your
Life - Myths Debunked
+ K9 Interactive: Teaching The High Jump
+ eBook: Fireworks & Your Dog
+ K9 Health: 7 Ways To Keep Your Older Dog In Good Health
 ....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

 PS. Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to win some
fantastic essentials for every dog owner, dog books and a fantastic
GoDogGo automatic tennis ball launcher dog toy!
 
...read in full
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http://k9m.ag/60 (http://k9m.ag/60)
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Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on November 05, 2012, 08:35:17 pm
Thats come round again quickly ruth hasnt it.....doesnt seem a month since the last one! will have a browse through ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on November 05, 2012, 09:01:36 pm
Time is flying by - the next one will be the Christmas special - Oh my ???
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on November 05, 2012, 10:16:40 pm
Pudsey has his autobiography out !!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Petra on November 06, 2012, 01:42:52 pm
Pudsey has his autobiography out !!!!!!!!!!!

I wonder if he wrote it all himself!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on November 06, 2012, 05:32:47 pm
 :)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on December 01, 2012, 07:28:31 pm
Hi!

I'm delighted to include a link to the latest
issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic
topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/61 (http://k9m.ag/61)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: 10 Things My Dog Taught Me About Being A Mum
+ Lifestyle: Interview with BGT's Ashleigh & Pudsey
+ Dog Q&A: Why Do Dogs...The Most Commonly Asked Canine Conundrums Answered
+ K9 Behaviour: Is My Dog A Hypochondriac?
+ Countdown To Christmas: Gifts For You & Your Dog
+ K9 Health: Common Canine Skin Complaints
+ K9 Interactive: Going Green With Your Dog - Can Dogs Be Vegetarians?
+ eBook: Canine Personality Test - How Well Do You Know Your Dog?
+ Talking Point: 6 Canine Inventions That Changed The World
+ K9 Behaviour: Positive Training - Are There Any Negatives?
 ....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

 PS. Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts, win dog books or a fantastic £100 hamper packed full of goodies!
 
...read in full
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http://k9m.ag/61 (http://k9m.ag/61)
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Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on December 02, 2012, 06:09:33 am
Blimey Ruth......yet agian thats come around quickly again.....yet another month has passed!" better get my reading glasses out........ ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Petra on December 03, 2012, 10:27:20 am
It is scary how quickly time goes
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on December 21, 2012, 08:41:34 pm
It's that time again! ;D
 
I'm delighted to include a link to the latest issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/62 (http://k9m.ag/62)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: How Well Do You Understand Your Dog?
+ Lifestyle: Interview With Jo-emma Larvin
+ K9 Interactive: Teach Your Dog Lifelong Road Safety
+ Dog Q&A: Why Does My Dog...The Most Commonly Asked Canine Conundrums Answered
+ K9 Behaviour: Strengthening The Bond Between Dogs & Owners
+ Talking Point: The Top 10 Bad Dog Owner Habits & How To Avoid Them
+ K9 Health: Smile With Confidence: Top Tips For Healthy Teeth
+ eBook: 100 Ways To Extend Your Dog’s Life
+ Careers - So You Want To Be A Pet Photographer
 ....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

 Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year.
 
PS. Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside!
 
...read in full
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http://k9m.ag/62 (http://k9m.ag/62)
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Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on December 21, 2012, 08:57:55 pm
Blimey Ruth .....is it realy that time again.....cant believe it! i shall look forward to browsing through this issue......shame the Bullys cant read it too ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on February 06, 2013, 08:23:22 pm

Hi,

I'm delighted to include a link to the latest
issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic
topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/63 (http://k9m.ag/63)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....
 ■Talking Point: 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Dog Owners
 ■Lifestyle: Interview With Victoria Stilwell
 ■Best Dog Products: Winter Essentials for Dogs
 ■Talking Point: Top 10 Breeds For Active Dog Owners
 ■K9 Behaviour: Understanding Pack Behaviour with Victoria Stilwell
 ■K9 Magazine Guide To...House-Training Your New Puppy
 ■K9 Health: Beat The New Year Blues & Get Fit With Your Dog
 ■eBook: A Guide To Canine Osteoarthritis
 ■Talking Point: 42 Ways To Make Your Dog Happy - Improving Your Dog's Quality Of Life
 
....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

PS. If you're viewing from an iPad, you can click to browse all
features in full at K9Magazine.com if you visit:
http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-63/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-63/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take
advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/63 (http://k9m.ag/63)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on February 07, 2013, 03:43:35 am
A guide to canine osteoarthritis interests me as Sally the JR is getting on plus little Archie's back legs aren't the best in the world
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on February 07, 2013, 10:29:47 am
I like the part about how OLDER dogs still need plenty of excersise to keep their joint supple and in working order.....people think because dogs are in their older years that they don"t need walking.....quite the opposite.....obviously each dogs needs will vary....but they still need to keep active and fit.....just  the same as us.....well toddy is a perfect example of that! We do 5 miles a day.....2and a half there and 2 and a half back....thats to the van....and when we get to the van Toddy wants more and sometimes shows off and not want to get in the van! But he wants to do it....hes always raring to go....even in the rain and snow....he2s so sound for an 11 year old......when we first got toddy.....nearly a year ago! J said that he would only need a gentle half hour walk each day! We think hes making up for lost time.....all those years he spent in kennels.....now hes FREE at last! ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on February 07, 2013, 01:21:40 pm
I am always surprised when someone says their dog is a couch potato - I have never met a dog yet that doesn't enjoy a nice walk - not talking about a road walk round the block, same ole route, same ole pavement, on short lead, every day.... where's the enjoyment in that? - I am talking about a nice walk in the park / woods / countryside....

When I or Rob walk round the block, Polly cant wait to get home but in the lighter evenings when we all go off to the park or woods she just loves it and doesn't want to go back in the car - like Toddy  ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on February 07, 2013, 01:34:10 pm
I loved these - a few thing I never thought of - like making Polly wag her tail without touching. I already sing and dance to her anyway.... ;) ;) ;) ;)

Ways To Make Your Dog Happy: Improving Your Dog’s Quality Of Life - By K9 Magazine
You can’t miss what you never had. Which is why kenneled dogs don’t miss being inside and farm dogs don’t miss watching the television. But if we all lived by this rule, life would be pretty boring, which is why K9 Magazine and our assorted dog owning friends put our heads together to come up with 42 things that make our dogs happy.
 
Dogs are unique, and they are motivated by different things and we know you’ll feel it’s your job as a good dog owner to understand what really gets that tail wagging. Once you have a repertoire of things you can do, aside from the blindingly obvious, you will be in the powerful position of being able to bestow happiness on your dog.
 
These things may have zero educational, developmental, or even nutritional value to our dogs, but if they make that tail or even that little stump wag, then we’ve got them in our do’s list.
 
1. Bath time. A great time to bond, enables you to examine your dog for unusual lumps or growths too. Some dogs love the attention more than anything else.
 
2. Top Gear. Many dogs love the excitement of going out in the car. The new smells that come through the window, the new sights, the new sounds, all mean ‘fun’ to a dog. Next time you have to make a trip to the shops, take the dog.
 
3. What’s in a name? Ensure your dog associates his name with good things. Randomly call his name and offer some fuss or even a smile. This reinforces a positive association with the name.
 
4. Make the tail wag. Set yourself a challenge of seeing how many times you can make that tail wag without touching the dog. Use body language, intonation and different sounds. Your dog will benefit from the interaction.
 
5. Massage the soul. Your dog will get a lot of good socialisation if you take the time to give him a rub down. Legendary racer Mick The Miller got one every day.
 
6. Play wrestling. What is the point of having a dog if you can’t get down on the carpet for a bit of a friendly scrap. Use your common sense here and encourage your dog to play.
 
7. Going to the vet. Surprisingly some dogs actually like the vet’s. There are always other dogs to meet and the vet is usually a dog person with plenty of fuss to give. Don’t try to be a vet yourself however, always refer anything causing you concern to the vet.
 
8. Pretending to be a dog. A good, yet quite possibly best kept private, way of interacting with your dog is to get down and play dog. They won’t get what you are doing, but they will love it nonetheless.
 
9. Sprinkler systems are go. For those dogs that enjoy a bath, this is the ultimate fun sensation. Put the sprinkler on first then let your dog out, rather than scaring him with a cold, unexpected jet in the face. This is a great activity if you are busy doing something but can keep an eye on progress.
 
10. Talk the talk. It doesn’t need to be deep or meaningful, but your dog will benefit if you do talk to him. It enables them to become more familiar with your voice in different situations and can be relaxing for the dog. It may feel odd at first, but you will find your dog to be the best keeper of secrets you ever had.
 
11. Dancing are we? Broadcaster and journalist Danny Baker once wrote a whole article about dancing with dogs. Not heelwork, but proper dancing. Don’t force your dog into it, instead throw some shapes in the kitchen and he will join in before you know it.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on February 07, 2013, 01:40:27 pm
When I 'throw a few shapes' - Marley just lays on the sofa and looks at me like i am mental or something  :D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on February 07, 2013, 02:53:24 pm
Toddy would eat the shapes!!!!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on February 08, 2013, 04:39:24 am
Great list I always sing to the dogs and make it personal by adding their names in the song and they love it...NOT ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on February 08, 2013, 10:08:19 am
I always talk to my dogs, dance with / to them, sing to them, play wrestle and generally make a nuisance of myself - they must despair of me and long for peace and quiet. LOL  ;) ;)

I do like the challenge of making their tails wag without touching though - a new one to try ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on February 08, 2013, 06:23:48 pm
Yes....i always sing to Toddy......unfortunatlely for Brad....he puts his la la ears on so he cant hear  my beautiful voice....not.... ;D when i sing Toddy purs.....brad says hes groaning telling me to shut up....thats nonsense.......he loves my dulcet tones ;D When i say "are you a good boy" his tail beats up and down on the floor.....and thats without touching him....we both talk to him too...... i think they understand certain words and some words they just understand youre TONE....with our other dog we had to spell the w word going OUT as he knew it meant walk! They are very intelligent ....out Bullies.....and very CRAFTY too ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on May 14, 2013, 09:25:13 pm
Hi,

I'm delighted to include a link to the latest issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/66 (http://k9m.ag/66)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: How Does He Do That? The History Of The Terrier
+ Lifestyle: Interview With Adele Silva
+ K9 Health: Acupuncture In Dogs - Could It Help Your Dog?
+ K9 Behaviour: Confessions Of A Dog Trainer Talking Point: A Nose For
+ Crime - Dogs: The Most Reliable Police ‘Snout’ in History
+ K9 Health: Raw Revolution - The Theory Behind The Raw Food Diet
+ eBook: Do Dogs Need Booster Vaccinations?
+ K9 Behaviour: Clicker Training - What Is It?
....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

PS. If you're viewing from an iPad, you can click to browse all features in full at K9Magazine.com if you visit:
http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-66/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-66/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/66 (http://k9m.ag/66)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on May 15, 2013, 04:32:54 am
Will read it all later Ruth.....J doesnt believe in boosters.....once the initial vaccinations have been given he believes they dont need any more?
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: MARK on May 15, 2013, 08:01:01 am
Clicker training is interesting Ruth which is in this edition of the mag so I will definitely look at that.
I wonder if my Paddy would respond to it
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on May 15, 2013, 01:27:45 pm
I dont believe in boosters - think we had a post on this before but once my dogs are fully vaccinated I dont take for boosters - if it is so important how come my vet advised me against having Lucy's annual boosters as 'she had more than enough to cope with on her heart meds'...?

Theory behind raw food diet is an interesting read too
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on May 15, 2013, 06:20:09 pm
Yes it was very interesting Ruth.....The raw minces tat the company sell are the same as the ones that are sold at pets at home....we only feed toddy the tripe....what do you think about the other ones ...mixtures and the minced chicken? Would that be ok for ours to eat....we feed toddy cooked chicken....a buy a whole chicken every other day and cook it in the oven ....he has this with rice or potatoes and sometimes broccoli...in know its cooked....but he goes nuts for it....still has his tripe every evening as well!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on May 15, 2013, 08:59:20 pm
Marley has cooked chicken too  8)- as long as you dont give cooked bones. He has his or tripe and an evening meal of fresh cooked food
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on May 15, 2013, 09:36:12 pm
Archie too  8)- and yes definitely NO cooked bones. Jeremy would disagree with cooked food but Archie loves it and his behaviour and skin is fine so he has his raw chicken wings (or lamb) or tripe and like SoosieSu I feed him an evening meal of fresh cooked food including things like poached salmon, drained sardines, tuna and chicken with veg and brown rice or sweet potatoes - whatever works for you and your dog as long as it isn't processed muck :P :P
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: cleoricardo on May 16, 2013, 01:04:55 am
Am at work in a quiet patch, will have a browse........ if nothing happens :-\
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on May 16, 2013, 06:44:35 am
Thats right Ruth.....we told j when he had Toddy for us that we gave him cooked chicken....as he asked us what we were feeding him as he"s in such good shape/////he didn"t say anything about it.....but like youreself and soosiesu.....he loves it ...and its certainly done him good.....a fresh cooked chicken in the oven.....pure food....and full of protein!!!!!! ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on May 16, 2013, 01:46:01 pm
Polly has porridge some winter mornings with a little honey! she loves it and yes i have to say i do not still with raw 100% but no processed dog food just good old homecooked veg and meat.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on July 19, 2013, 09:39:27 pm
Hi,

Before the weekend sets in and we're all off out and about enjoying the sunshine, K9 Magazine have compiled 7 top tips to keep your dog happy in the heat which you might enjoy, debate and like to comment to give your own tips!

Read online: http://www.k9magazine.com/7-ways-keep-dog-happy-heat/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/7-ways-keep-dog-happy-heat/)

Have a great weekend!

Best wishes,
All @ K9 Magazine


P.S. Don't forget to take a peak at the latest issue of K9 Magazine...
http://k9m.ag/67 (http://k9m.ag/67)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: Help! Is My Dog Normal? 22 Ways To Understand Your
+ Dog's Quirks
+ Lifestyle: Interview With Amy Weber
+ Real Life: The Dog Who Bruised At The Touch Of A Hand -
+ Thrombocytopenia In Dogs
+ K9 Behaviour: Preparing Your Dog For Kennels Talking Point: A View
+ From Canada
+ K9 Profile: Dog Agility
+ eBook: Lifestage Dog Food: Is It Worth It?
+ Best Dog Products: Health & Wellbeing Special
....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

If you're viewing from an iPad, you can browse all features in full at K9Magazine.com by visiting: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-67/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-67/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/67 (http://k9m.ag/67)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on July 19, 2013, 10:12:34 pm
WOW! Another month hasn"t passed already....surely...blimey cant believe it....only seems like the other day I was reading last months!!! Will have a nose at this one ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on July 20, 2013, 08:47:10 pm
Aw poor Jessica the bruising dog. :( :(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: MARK on July 21, 2013, 03:51:54 am
I will have a look too good topics and I don't think it can be said enough about keeping our dogs cool in this weather
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on November 15, 2013, 08:00:05 pm
Hi,

I'm delighted to include a link to the latest issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/69 (http://k9m.ag/69)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: 15 Things You Didn't Know About Man's Best Friend Real
+ Life: Help! My Dog Has Epilepsy
+ K9 Behaviour: 5 Exercise Must-Do's For Busy Pet Owners
+ Lifestyle: Interview With Gena Lee Nolin
+ K9 Behaviour: Do You Trust Your Dog When Teaching Them?
+ Best Of The Web: Web-a-Holics Special
+ Talking Point: A View From Bulgaria
+ eBook: Why Does My Dog Ignore Me?
+ K9 Health: Are You Feeding Your Dog Too Many Carbs?
+ Talking Point: Our Canine Cousins – The Raccoon Dog
....& Lots, Lots More Inside!
    ....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

PS. If you're viewing from an iPad, you can browse all features in full at K9Magazine.com by visiting: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-69/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-69/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/69 (http://k9m.ag/69)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on November 16, 2013, 02:48:40 am
Cheers Ruth hmm "Why does my dog ignore me..." that topic looks v.interesting and I am sure all of us should have a look at that article
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on November 16, 2013, 04:41:54 am
Will have a read when I get in from work ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: john cassidy on November 16, 2013, 10:55:30 pm
Because we're English bull terrier and proud ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on November 17, 2013, 05:50:35 am
interesting read.....had to skip the bit about the dogs in Bulgaria.....can"t read.....wont read......La La eyes....too sad.. :( :( :'(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on November 17, 2013, 01:12:43 pm
Something for a lazy SUnday afternoon.... will send Rob out with Polls and settle down with a nice cup of tea......
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Petra on November 19, 2013, 02:22:28 pm
Love this article

15 Things You Might Not Know About Man’s Best Friend

especially the following:

6. Now for a crazy law – in Hartford, Connecticut in the USA it is illegal to educate dogs. To what extend we wonder, sitting exams or PhD’s or basic education, sitting, walking to heel?

7. The world’s most expensive dog is a a red Tibetan Mastiff named Big Splash (“Hong Dong” in Chinese), who recently sold in the Chinese city of Qingdao for 10 million yuan, about $1.5 million in U.S. Dollars.

8. There are more Boxers jumping on trampolines on Youtube than any other dog breed.

9. Around four times as much is spent on dog food than baby food per year.

 ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on November 19, 2013, 06:06:32 pm
Very interesting....petra ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on November 20, 2013, 05:29:47 am
Hmm I am not surprised about the amount spent on dog food though.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on November 22, 2013, 02:00:21 pm
Sorry not been on for awhile so just catchjing up but do like this article:
5 Exercise Must-Do’s For Busy Pet Owners
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on February 18, 2014, 09:36:39 pm
How did you name your dog?

Hi there,

Here's a nice way to head into the middle of the week:
 
1. Answer a few questions about your dog by visiting the link below - we love hearing from you!
2. Press submit
3. Follow the instructions on the link below + email a photo of your dog watching their favourite canine film or eating their favourite snacks
4. Be in line to make your dog a star & in with a chance of winning goodies for your pet!
 
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/dog-likes (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/dog-likes)

Best of luck and we look forward to hearing from you!


Thanks so much for your time,
 
Kim @ K9 Magazine

P.S. Have you seen the latest issue of K9 Magazine? Read about some of the world's most iconic stars and their dogs, and much more: 

http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-71/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-71/)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on February 19, 2014, 09:35:09 am
Very strange questionnaire asking about getting dogs drunk! ::) ???
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on February 19, 2014, 02:44:50 pm
I agree soosiesu, very strange questions :-X
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Petra on February 19, 2014, 03:14:55 pm
a nice read over my afternoon coffee.......Mmmmm 8)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on February 20, 2014, 04:19:45 am
I just did that questionnaire it was different and it worries me they need to ask if we give our dogs booze or drugs v.v.v worrying
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on March 16, 2014, 07:36:04 pm
Not had time to even look at this yet but....

Hi,

I'm delighted to include a link to the latest issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/72 (http://k9m.ag/72)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ K9 Interactive: How To Get Your Dog On TV Talking Point: 5 Funny Dog
+ Memes Interview With Sweep
+ K9 Behaviour: The Most Dangerous Dogs In The World Revealed Real Life:
+ So You Want To Do Canine Agility? (It's Not as Hard as You Thought)
+ Best Dog Products: 2014 Dog Toys Special
+ K9 Health: Canine Bloat – A Silent But Deadly Killer Talking Point: A
+ View From India
+ eBook: Children, Babies & Dogs
  ....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

PS. If you're viewing from an iPad, you can browse all features in full at K9Magazine.com by visiting: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-72/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-72/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/72 (http://k9m.ag/72)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on March 17, 2014, 04:37:58 am
That time again Ruth!!!!! Will have a read of this when I get in from work Ruth ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on March 17, 2014, 09:11:18 am
Was really enjoying the article on the 5 most dangerous dogs:

5) Badly fed dogs

4) Badly socialised dogs

3) Shouty dogs - i.e. they bark you shout....

...........then it said you had to subscribe to read the full article :( :( so i will never know the top two but i would hazard a guess at...
2) underexercised dogs
1) abused dogs
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on March 17, 2014, 11:49:00 am
Very interesting article on stomach bloat... worth a read so you know how to spot the symptoms :-X
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: MARK on March 17, 2014, 05:43:20 pm
Stomach bloat is interest I'll have to read it good to know
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on April 17, 2014, 11:35:43 pm
Hi,

Just in time for the Easter break, I'm delighted to include a link to the latest issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/73 (http://k9m.ag/73)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: A View From Hong Kong
+ K9 Health: Raw Revolution - An Expert Answers Your Questions
+ Lifestyle: Interview With Anna Passey
+ Best Dog Products: Spring Special
+ K9 Interactive: How To Help Your Dog Improve His Memory
+ K9 Behaviour: Why Are So Many Dogs Less Well Behaved Today? Could It Be...
+ Talking Point: A Day In The Life Of A Police Dog Handler
+ eBook: Keep Your Dog Safe
+ Priscilla & Jools: Latest Pet Products
+ K9 Health: How Do The Experts Keep Their Dogs in Shape?
  ....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

PS. A brand new iPad compatible edition will be launching from next month, in the meantime if you're viewing from an iPad, you can browse all features in full at K9Magazine.com by visiting: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-73/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-73/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/73 (http://k9m.ag/73)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on April 18, 2014, 03:07:52 am
Will have a look Sally and Archie's behaviour could certainly improve some...then again so could mine!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on April 18, 2014, 08:57:18 am
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm the one about how to help improve youre dogs memory....think I may need a tip for myself on that one ;) ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on April 18, 2014, 12:29:27 pm
...........There is no end to the amount of suffering that dogs in our society are being forced to endure. These living, breathing, loyal sentient beings have been ultimately betrayed by us. Mahatma Gandhi once said “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the ways its animals are treated”. It would seem Britain is not so ‘Great’ after all, we have become a nation of convenience and throwaway ‘junkies’, self orientated and motivated by greed, this together with a lack of compassion has led to devastating consequences for our so-called ‘best friend’. Britain has become a nation of dog killers!

To read the article in full:
http://k9magazine.com/blog/britain-turned-nation-animal-killers/ (http://k9magazine.com/blog/britain-turned-nation-animal-killers/)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on April 18, 2014, 03:37:52 pm
Good post ruth... so very true and so very sad for our gorgeous canine friends... we shoukd be embarrassed as a nation what is happening to our dogs.

It was a good article, unfortunately the people who SHOULD read it wont >:( >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on April 19, 2014, 12:08:27 am
too true soosie........ very sympathetic article......... :(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on April 19, 2014, 02:26:58 pm
I have read this too....made me cry...but all so very true..... :'( people should be ashamed of themselves...the dogs are the innocent victims!!!! >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on April 19, 2014, 11:26:08 pm
As always Alison :(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on May 30, 2014, 09:51:29 pm
Hi,

Just in time for the weekend, I'm delighted to include a link to the latest issue of K9 Magazine with some fantastic topics covered...

http://k9m.ag/74 (http://k9m.ag/74)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ K9 Interactive: 14 Crazy Dog Laws Every Owner Should Know!
+ K9 Health: Pet Obesity - Is It Really A Growing Problem?
+ Lifestyle: Interview With Patricia de Leon Best Dog Products: Travel
+ Special Talking Point: A View From Greece Talking Point: Hey, Look - I
+ Created A Totally New Designer Dog!
+ eBook: Can Dogs Really Benefit From Tellington Touch?
+ Priscilla & Jools: Latest Designer Dog Products Talking Point: Dogs &
+ Depression - Can Your Dog Help You Cope?
  ....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

PS. A brand new tablet compatible edition will be available shortly, in the meantime if you're viewing from an iPad, you can browse all features in full at K9Magazine.com by visiting: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-74/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-74/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/74 (http://k9m.ag/74)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on May 30, 2014, 09:57:46 pm
will browse this later ruth...gosh...doesnt the time cone riund again quickly!!!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: MARK on May 31, 2014, 06:37:45 pm
Pet obesity is a good topic I will show the kids and Mark this it just might stop them giving Paddy tidbits
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on May 31, 2014, 09:31:09 pm
2. Walk your dog for five miles each day
 
I hear many excuses from owners for not walking dogs regularly – less places to walk, working longer hours; more adverse weather conditions and higher concentration of dogs in parks – but we are responsible for our pets and time needs to be made to meet their requirements.
 
Most owners will also only walk for 3 miles a day, many walking for a lot less than that, burning only 90calories per walk. For a well behaved dog enjoying a daily treat this is simply not far enough.
 
A study has shown that on a brisk walk a dog will expend approximately 3 calories/kg/mile – so the average dog will expend 30 calories per mile.
 
The positive effect of exercise on the mental well being of your dog is also underestimated. Exercise ensures that our “working” dogs have something to do. A lack of exercise results in boredom which in turn can lead to barking, phobias and aggression.
 
3. How to work out how far your dog should walk
 
To work off the waistline that has built up over the winter you should be aiming to walk a 10kg dog for at least 3-5 miles each day.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on May 31, 2014, 10:09:50 pm
Well toddy takes us  on a 5 mile hike every day...come rain...shine....hail or snow....we are always out everyday no matter what!!! we have never missed a walk with him since we have had him....2 years now....the only time he hasn't been out is when we have been on our hols for a week and he is in boot camp at J"S ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on May 31, 2014, 11:10:19 pm
same here Londons.... you dont want to have polls around if she hasn't had her two walks....nightmare.. that is why i cant face it if she has to have an op on her nail and then lead walks only.... omg she drove us mad last time :o

why have a dog if you not gonna walk them.....  altho not sure how far it is we go.... must measure it .........it is a good hour each time 8)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on June 01, 2014, 04:41:27 am
Thanks BRB for your posts I agree wholeheartedly our dogs are out in rain or shine us humans may not need or welcome it but our dogs do.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on June 01, 2014, 02:33:12 pm
snap brb - I was reading the obese dog article and thought to myself more people should realise the importance and joy for their dogs to have regular decent walks and then saw you had copied the same bit on here -  :D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on June 01, 2014, 05:23:47 pm
You us and Lorraine ... as  well as BRB ...are all BIG on walks...aren't we!!!I swear that half of these people that have problems with their dogs...ie destroying the home and random behaviour is because they never get walked!!!!!!...a tired dog is a happy dog ;D..especially our bullies ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Petra on June 02, 2014, 11:44:20 am
So very true, people seem to think just letting the dog out in the garden is good enough and expect them to then fit in with everything else going on bt if they dont they just pass them to a rescue because they 'chewed' or 'snapped' at someone. or whatever, probably the dog had loads of excess energy and was bored out of its head ??? >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on June 02, 2014, 12:12:20 pm
Defo petra...THEY MUST HAVE A STRUCTURED WALK!!!  ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on September 15, 2014, 03:08:11 pm
http://k9m.ag/76 (http://k9m.ag/76)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: Your Dog Might Do These Things...Now You Can Give Them
+ a Name
+ Lifestyle: Interview With Layla Flaherty
+ K9 Health: Canine Detoxing - Kick Starting Your Dog's Digestive System
+ Sponsored Talking Point: Take the Butcher's 10-DAY Challenge Real
+ Life: Volunteer Dog Walker Rises to Rescue Centre Manager Talking
+ Point: A View From Russia
+ K9 Health: Dog Fleas - How Often Should I Treat My Dog?
+ Talking Point: Serve, Protect, Be Loyal - Be Killed
+ eBook: The 100 Greatest Dog Training Tips of All Time!
....& Lots, Lots More Inside!

PS. You can also view all features here, or save to your bookmarks and download a tablet friendly edition of the magazine shortly: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-76/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-76/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside - to be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is comment on the post on Freepetstuff.co.uk!

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/76 (http://k9m.ag/76)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on September 15, 2014, 06:52:05 pm
Hey john....just incase you need another set of beds for John Travolta and Olivia newton john....there are some lurrrrrrrvly luxurious beds in the K( mag....ha Ha  ;D ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on September 15, 2014, 07:44:30 pm
k9 detoxing?...better hv a read of that.... and then apply it to ME :D :D :D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on November 20, 2014, 07:51:58 pm
Hi,

Just in time for the weekend, I'm delighted to send you the latest edition of K9 Magazine with some fantastic topics covered this issue and the chance to win a vacuum cleaner which has been designed with dog owners in mind...

http://k9m.ag/78 (http://k9m.ag/78)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: British Breeds in Peril? Why You Need to Do....Absolutely NOTHING!
+ Lifestyle: Interview with Dynamo
+ K9 Health: Dogs & Rabies - How Much of a Global Problem Is It?
+ Countdown to Christmas: Gift Ideas for Dogs & Owners Talking Point: A
+ View from Dominica
+ K9 Health: Beware of Seasonal Dangers
+ Best Dog Products: Health Special
+ Talking Point: Your Dog Might Do These Things...Now You Can Give Them
+ a Name (Dogosaurus Part III) Real Life: Discover Pet Friendly Cornwall
+ eBook: How to Stop Your Dog Pulling on the Lead

and much, much more.

PS. You can also download our tablet friendly edition here: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-78/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-78/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside - to be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is comment on the post on Freepetstuff.co.uk!

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/78 (http://k9m.ag/78)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on November 22, 2014, 01:45:59 am
Best dog products looks good will def have a look at that
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on November 22, 2014, 04:35:36 am
Will have a browzzzzzzzzzzz at it later ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on November 22, 2014, 11:25:36 pm
am loving these ideas................ bacon bubble making machine............ brilliant!

http://www.justrewardpethampers.co.uk/ (http://www.justrewardpethampers.co.uk/)

 ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on December 17, 2014, 08:24:53 pm
As 2014 counts down, we just wanted to say a big thank you for being with us this year! We hope you've enjoyed the features, interviews, tips and advice we've delivered and here's hoping for a bigger and better 2015!

I'm delighted to send you the latest edition of K9 Magazine with some fantastic topics covered this issue...

http://k9m.ag/79 (http://k9m.ag/79)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: Are These The Best 10 Dog Selfies On The Internet? We Think So!
+ Lifestyle: Interview with Bitsie Tulloch
+ Review: Best Dog Products of 2014
+ K9 Health: Why It's Vital We Never Lose Trust In Our Vets
+ Fashion: Priscilla & Jools Column
+ Travel: Dogs Abroad - A Pet Owner's European Adventure
+ Lifestyle: Interview with Kamerion Wimbley Book Club: Chaser -
+ Unlocking the Genius of the Dog Who Knows a Thousand Words
+ Dogosaurus: Your Dog Might Do These Things...Now You Can Give Them a
+ Name (Part IV)
+ eBook: Chiropractic Care for Dogs

and much, much more.

PS. You can also download our tablet friendly edition here: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-79/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-79/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside - to be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is comment on the post on Freepetstuff.co.uk!

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/79 (http://k9m.ag/79)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on December 20, 2014, 10:20:01 pm
was having a quick flick thru and saw this

http://goifetch.co.uk/ (http://goifetch.co.uk/)

how lazy r we getting that we cant walk our dogs and throw a ball for them.........  aint it the interaction that makes it fun for them?  ::)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on December 21, 2014, 07:46:14 am
OMG BRB I agree whoever invented this thing must be mad.
The greatest thing for us is to walk our dogs and bond with them as you say plus we get the benefits of walking, fresh air and socialization.
This route is madness!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on December 21, 2014, 08:37:35 am
OMG...seen it all now....not American is it ??? ??? ??? Madness...I agree with Lorraine here!!!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on December 21, 2014, 03:23:21 pm
For some reason I found it sad watching the dog playing fetch on his own  :-\ :-\
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on January 24, 2015, 09:44:26 pm
http://k9m.ag/80 (http://k9m.ag/80)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

In This Issue...

+ Talking Point: A Public Admission About Naughty Dogs
+ Lifestyle: Interview with Amanda Harrington
+ K9 Health: Canine Diabetes - Could Your Dog Be at Risk?
+ Talking Point: 9 Out of 10 Dogs Love Butcher's...
+ Reviews: Best Dog Products for Active Dogs & Their Owners
+ Fashion: Priscilla & Jools Column
+ Talking Point: If You Die, Will Your Dog Suffer? How to Include Your
+ Dog in Your Will Book Club: Confessions of a Guide Dog
+ eBook: Ouch! Why Do Puppies Bite?

& much, much more...
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on January 25, 2015, 06:49:00 am
Thanks Ruth for our monthly fix!!....will have a mooch through this later...if I get time....LOL :)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on January 26, 2015, 03:50:35 am
Always interesting/thoughtful subjects
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on January 26, 2015, 01:32:34 pm
will have a flick thru this evening.......... :P
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on January 27, 2015, 12:04:19 pm
might have to read that diabeties article.... never enuff hours in the day :-\ :-\ :-\
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: MARK on January 28, 2015, 07:32:01 am
Will def have a look you can pick up some good/useful information
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on February 27, 2015, 10:00:00 pm
http://k9m.ag/81

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

In This Issue...

+ Talking Point: Think Your Dog Could Be a Model? We'll show you how
+ Lifestyle: Interview with Reality TV's Lilly Ghalichi Talking Point: A
+ View from Sierra Leone - An inside view on the animal welfare
+ situation facing the country in crisis Real Life: An Introduction to
+ Paragility Best Dog Products: Choosing The Right Dog Food - How did you choose yours?
+ Talking Point: Dog Myths BUSTED!
+ Travel: Dogs Abroad - A Pet Owners European Adventure (Part Two)
+ K9 Health: How To Tackle Some of The Most Common Canine Skin Problems
+ Book Club: Buster: The Dog Who Saved a Thousand Lives
+ eBook: Essential First Aid for Dogs: Do You Know All You Should?

& much, much more...

PS. You can download our tablet friendly edition to read on the go here: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-81/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-81/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/81 (http://k9m.ag/81)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on February 28, 2015, 05:35:32 am
This months looks very interesting Ruth...skin problems...and first aid...will have a read when I get in from work...yet again..it doesn't seem a month ago since the last one ! :)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on February 28, 2015, 01:34:56 pm
Great features as per usual.
Archie my bullie godson could definitely do modelling he is soooo handsome ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on April 03, 2015, 08:21:30 pm
http://k9m.ag/82 (http://k9m.ag/82)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

In This Issue...

+ Talking Point: 15 Dog Photographs Guaranteed to Make You Smile
+ Behaviour: How Bored is Your Dog?
+ Lifestyle: Interview with Sue Moxley & David Van Day Real Life: From
+ Thailand to Essex - One Dog's Journey to Find Happiness Talking Point:
+ 5 Money Saving Tips for Dog Owners
+ Nutrition: Help! Why Is My Dog So Gassy?
+ Best Dog Products: Make Your Dog a Picnic Talking Point: A View from
+ Bosnia Talking Point: 8 Dogs Who Don't Understand Their Own Size
+ Health: Mast Cell Tumours - Is My Dog at Risk?
+ eBook: Acupuncture for Dogs


& much, much more...

PS. You can download our tablet friendly edition to read on the go here: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-82/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-82/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/82 (http://k9m.ag/82)
 ;D ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on April 03, 2015, 09:38:10 pm
intersting topics..... no time now but will have a read later ;) ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on April 04, 2015, 05:34:10 am
I'm am looking forward to reading the Thailand to Essex dogs journey that's gonna be a tear jerker for sure :'( ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on April 04, 2015, 05:45:12 am
Off to work in a mo...catch up later...."why is my dog so gassy" attracts my attention....LOL ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on April 04, 2015, 07:33:56 pm
a lovely story b.orchid...... just read it..... a happy ending but lousy start :( :( :(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: cleoricardo on April 04, 2015, 10:14:19 pm
read th one on boredom....so true :(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on April 05, 2015, 08:05:58 am
still not has a chance to read it yet...LOL ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on April 05, 2015, 10:15:25 pm
yeah brb it woz a real tear jerker :( :'( :'(............... at least a happy ending :D :D :D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on April 06, 2015, 05:41:51 am
Oh no...don't like tearjerkers....as long as it has a happy ending though...I WILL read it! :(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: MARK on April 06, 2015, 06:57:11 pm
I cried but smiled at the end though ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on April 06, 2015, 10:20:44 pm
me too :( :D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on April 07, 2015, 01:59:56 pm
had a quick read of the gassy dog article! coz i hav to say sometimes marleys is eye watering .........

Mmm speedy eaters..... TICK
sensitive stomachs .... TICK

no hope then ;) ;) ;) ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Petra on April 08, 2015, 01:25:04 pm
i read the bosnia story  :'( :'( happy ending too for one dog ............ dont have time to read the rest now but will........ when i can can get rid of the kids again ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: MARK on April 08, 2015, 02:46:41 pm
K9 is a good magazine I never get round to reading it all though but usually I pick out things that interest me or could help with my lovely Paddy
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on May 11, 2015, 09:52:17 pm
http://k9m.ag/83 (http://k9m.ag/83)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

In This Issue...
+ Talking Point: These 5 Dogs Can't Get Enough of Their Favourite TV Shows
+ Lifestyle: Interview with Bonnie-Jill Laflin
+ Health: Lyme Disease & Dogs - What You Need To Know
+ Talking Point: A view from Romania
+ Best Dog Products to Help Your Dog Look Good & Feel
+ Great Talking Point: Can Dogs Really Improve Your Dating Life?
+ Talking Point: Dog DNA Tests - How Accurate Are They?
+ Book Club: Alas Poor Johnny
+ Real Life: Finding Mitzi - The Rescue Dog Who Helped to Heal a Heart
+ eBook: Canine Communication - How to Speak Doggish

& much, much more...

Don't miss our competitions and exclusive special offers where you can win the latest dog books, a 3 month supply of dog food and even a photoshoot with a celebrity pet photographer!

PS. You can download our tablet friendly edition to read on the go here: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-83/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-83/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/83 (http://k9m.ag/83)

Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on May 11, 2015, 10:53:23 pm
thanks ruth..................... the article on lymes desease is very informative ??? ???
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on May 12, 2015, 04:46:32 pm
Blimey Ruth another month has flown past...ive not read last months yet...shocking isn't it...just been so busy !!! Must catch up as I love reading this mag :)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: MARK on May 12, 2015, 08:06:55 pm
Me too Alison so busy but I am definitely going to read the article on dogs and Lyme's disease I only thought humans could get it shows how much I know !
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on May 12, 2015, 09:41:39 pm
must catch up...............i do like this mag.................mitzi's story sounds like a real tear jerker............
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BetsyLou on May 13, 2015, 09:51:28 pm
lym disease.................it say both dogs and peeps can be affected :o :o
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on May 15, 2015, 04:38:36 am
I knew people could but didn't know dogs could that is worrying because we are always out in the countryside with deer cattle etc every weekend but you can't let things like this stop you though. Knowledge is power.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on May 16, 2015, 06:54:24 am
Most define they Lorraine! !....still not read nag yet ..lol...better catch up b4 next month's arrives ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on June 19, 2015, 09:27:45 pm
Hi,

As your week draws to a close and the weekend is in sight, we're delighted to bring you the latest issue of K9 Magazine so sit down, have a cuppa and take a read of our latest issue at home, work or on the move (we won't tell)...

http://k9m.ag/84 (http://k9m.ag/84)

Inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

In This Issue...

+ Puppy Series: Choosing The Perfect Puppy for You Talking Point: 5 Best
+ Dog Apps
+ Lifestyle: Interview with The Queen of Surfing Veronica Grey Book
+ Club: The Extraordinary Dogs of War Talking Point: How One
+ Organisation is Changing the View of Dogs in Borneo Real Life: Living
+ With a Deaf Dog
+ Health: Nasty, Unwelcome & Irritating - What You Should Know About
+ Fleas Best Dog Products: 5 Luxury Dog Products You Have to Hear About
+ Talking Point: A World Without Dogs - Just How Different Would it Be?
+ eBook: Why Does My Dog Ignore Me?

& much, much more...

Don't miss our competitions and exclusive special offers where you can win the a pet portrait, some new essential pet health products and a year's supply of dog toys and a pet friendly holiday!

PS. You can download our tablet friendly edition to read on the go here: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-84/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-84/)

...& Don't forget to enter the competitions inside to take advantage of some exclusive readers offers and discounts inside.

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/84 (http://k9m.ag/84)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on June 19, 2015, 10:41:06 pm
a world without dogs?...............NO THANKS
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on June 20, 2015, 03:09:08 am
I agree Soosiesu no dogs unthinkable ! No certain people a definite yes!
I want to read the article about why does your dog ignore you also as both Sally and Archie can through a deafen so good to know possible reasons.
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on June 20, 2015, 02:46:53 pm
coz they are naughty and stubborn! :o
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on June 21, 2015, 04:29:46 pm
Shame on me....still not read last months....what with moving and all...my only excuse I'm afraid!!!.can't believe that yet another month has passed!!!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on June 21, 2015, 06:02:15 pm
shhhhh....neither did i londons :D :D :D :D ..............one day soon.......i will sit with a cup of tea and biscuit and have a good long read  ;) ;) ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on November 20, 2015, 09:40:00 pm
Hi,

As the year end draws ever closer, we're delighted to bring you the latest issue of K9 Magazine so sit down, have a cuppa and take a read of our latest issue at home, work or on the move (we won't tell)...

http://k9m.ag/88 (http://k9m.ag/88)

Here's what's inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: These 4 Dogs Outdid Themselves When it Came to Costing Their Owners a FORTUNE!
+ Puppy Series: 5 Simple Ways to Keep Your Puppy Entertained
+ Lifestyle: TV's Sarah Jayne Dunn Introduces Her New Dog to K9 Magazine
+ Reviews: If You're Searching for Something for Your Dog This Winter, These 4 Products are Essential!
+ Pet Friendly Britain: Discover Derbyshire's Most Popular Dog Walk
+ (with a Link to the Past!) Book Club: 7 Reasons Labradors Rule
+ Real Life: Forget Ace Ventura Pet Detective - Meet the Dog who Searches for Lost Pets    + Pet Friendly Britain: Ali Bastian, Molly and Mable Discover a Pet Friendly Retreat on the South Coast
+ Talking Point: Saving Armenia's Strays - Is a Brighter Future Ahead?
+ Kitchen: These Homemade Dog Treats Have The Celebrity Seal of Approval (& Your Dog is Sure to Love Them!)
+ Health: Spotting the Most Common Symptoms of Your Dog's Joint Problems
+ Travel: One Man & His Dog Set Sail for Holland
+ Health: Canine Degenerative Valve Disease - Has a New York Veterinarian Found a Cure?
+ eBook: Help! How Can I Stop My Dog Jumping Up?

& much, much more...

Don't miss our competitions and exclusive special offers where you can win some great goodies for your dog to enjoy (you can also find more online at http://www.freepetstuff.co.uk (http://www.freepetstuff.co.uk) all month round)

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/88 (http://k9m.ag/88)

PS. You can download our tablet friendly edition to read on the go here: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-88/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-88/)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on November 21, 2015, 04:17:19 pm
Must read this one....LOL ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: MARK on November 23, 2015, 01:22:13 pm
And me there are some good pieces in it but I will be pushed around this time of year!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on November 23, 2015, 10:09:01 pm
i have the afternoon off tom.............may be able to grab an hour to have a read ;) ;) ;)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BetsyLou on November 24, 2015, 10:18:58 pm
the winter thing is gud....flashing dog lead.... dog duvet...... wunderful ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on November 25, 2015, 08:46:24 pm
We had a flashing collar for our other bullie....LOL...must look at this one!!! ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on December 16, 2015, 09:45:54 pm
Hi,

As the festive period and year end draws ever closer, we're delighted to bring you the latest issue of K9 Magazine so sit down, have a cuppa and take a read of our latest issue at home, work or on the move (we won't tell)...

http://k9m.ag/89 (http://k9m.ag/89)

Here's what's inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Talking Point: 10 Best Dog Videos of 2015 Puppy Series: Preparing Your Puppy for Adulthood
+ Lifestyle: Musician Sandi Thom Talks Dogs with K9 Magazine 
+ Pet Friendly Britain: This Cheshire Dog Walk Is Guaranteed to Blow Away Your Winter Cobwebs!
+ Talking Point: A Brighter Future for Dogs In the Land of the Orangutan
+ Reviews: Are These THE Best Dog Products of 2015? We Think So!
+ Real Life: Meet the Rescue Dog who Saved Her Owner From a Fire
+ Health: Is Your Dog Bored?
+ Travel: One Man & His Dog - How Easy Is It to Travel Around Europe With Your Dog?
+ Kitchen: These Homemade Pizza Treats for Dogs Will Be a HUGE Party Hit This Festive Season!
+ Book Club: My Old Dog - How to Help a Senior Pet Enjoy a Remarkable Second Act         + Talking Point: Puppy Farming – The Great Disgrace
+ eBook: Dog Personality Test - How Well Do You Know Your Dog?

& much, much more...

Don't miss our competitions and exclusive special offers where you can win some great goodies for your dog to enjoy (you can also find more online at http://www.freepetstuff.co.uk (http://www.freepetstuff.co.uk) all month)

...read the magazine in full

http://k9m.ag/89 (http://k9m.ag/89)

PS. You can download our tablet friendly edition to read on the go here: http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-89/ (http://www.k9magazine.com/k9-magazine-issue-89/)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on December 17, 2015, 01:24:05 pm
Just had a mooch through it ruth...loved the article about the senior dogs...and even the nuns adopting one!!! Oldies are goodies....as we know and so desrve a second chance instead of being left on the scrap heap!!!
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on December 17, 2015, 04:13:00 pm
ok...I promise to have a proper read....... is your dog bored...... best dog products.....and the senior dogs article....want to have a read of them all............something for the weekend :P :P :P :P
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on December 20, 2015, 08:09:44 pm
aww........ the senior dog article :( :(...........i would always give an oldie a chance :( :(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on January 29, 2016, 11:39:31 pm
involving the latest edition of K9 Magazine!

The latest edition is OUT NOW and so why not make a cuppa and take a read of our latest issue at home, work or on the move (we won't tell)...

http://sable.madmimi.com/click?id=28994.310157.c9fef9c9487fdfb5bdd6b82b23601060&l=258&url=http%3A%2F%2Fk9m.ag%2F90 (http://sable.madmimi.com/click?id=28994.310157.c9fef9c9487fdfb5bdd6b82b23601060&l=258&url=http%3A%2F%2Fk9m.ag%2F90)

Here's what's inside this edition of K9 Magazine....

+ Pet Friendly Britain: This Hertfordshire Dog Walk Has Everything You'd Want in a Day Out!
+ Lifestyle: Actress Carley Stenson Shares the Spotlight with Her Dogs
+ Health: How Big a Threat Are Superbugs to Your Dog?
+ Book Club: Dogs of Courage – When Britain's Pets Went to War Dot Com
+ Dogs: Best of The Web Talking Point: A View from China - What's a
+ Dog's Life Worth?
+ Health: Smile With Confidence - 6 Top Tips For Healthy Teeth
+ Travel: One Man & His Dog Discover How Pet Friendly France Really Is
+ Talking Point: Is Working With Dogs Your Idea of a Dream Job?
+ Kitchen: These Homemade Cinnamon Buns Are Sure to Be a Hit With Dogs
+ Talking Point: 7 Best Videos of Dogs Watching Their Favourite TV Shows
+ eBook: Children, Babies & Dogs - Nurturing the Relationship
& much more...

Don't miss our competitions and exclusive special offers where you can win some great goodies for your dog to enjoy (you can also find more online at http://sable.madmimi.com/click?id=28994.310157.c9fef9c9487fdfb5bdd6b82b23601060&l=259&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.freepetstuff.co.uk (http://sable.madmimi.com/click?id=28994.310157.c9fef9c9487fdfb5bdd6b82b23601060&l=259&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.freepetstuff.co.uk) all month)

...read the magazine in full

http://sable.madmimi.com/click?id=28994.310157.c9fef9c9487fdfb5bdd6b82b23601060&l=260&url=http%3A%2F%2Fk9m.ag%2F90 (http://sable.madmimi.com/click?id=28994.310157.c9fef9c9487fdfb5bdd6b82b23601060&l=260&url=http%3A%2F%2Fk9m.ag%2F90)

PS. You can download our tablet friendly edition to read on the go here: http://sable.madmimi.com/click?id=28994.310157.c9fef9c9487fdfb5bdd6b82b23601060&l=261&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.k9magazine.com%2Fk9-magazine-issue-90%2F (http://sable.madmimi.com/click?id=28994.310157.c9fef9c9487fdfb5bdd6b82b23601060&l=261&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.k9magazine.com%2Fk9-magazine-issue-90%2F)
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on January 30, 2016, 09:45:21 am
Another one already...must get a browse in befor we go and collect the grandkids...LOL.../dont like the sound of the one about china and its dogs!!!! :(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: soosiesu on January 30, 2016, 11:58:01 pm
yes may have to give that article a miss >:( >:( >:(
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: cleoricardo on January 31, 2016, 01:37:27 pm
can recomend the cinnamon buns.............ha ha
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: the Londons on January 31, 2016, 02:14:38 pm
Now they sound right up my street.....yummmmmmeeeeeee :P
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: BulliesRBest on February 03, 2016, 12:27:31 pm
the article on teeth care is very good..........polls just eats the toothbrush :o :o :o
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: Ruth on February 03, 2016, 03:29:47 pm
lol - Archie has snapped a couple too ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: K9 Magazine latest issue
Post by: B.ORCHID on February 03, 2016, 06:08:37 pm
Yes it is a good magazine the article about superbugs interests me